Ooo what a brave rescue! Man that's a scary monster I bet he could have lept out and gotten you any time!
Wow! I have been to Tucson lots of times and have never seen a monster. You guys are so brave! I love the Farmer's Market at St. Philip's Square...there is a guy who makes dog treats (and gives samples!) I would like it very much if you added me to your blog friends.Siku
OK what the heck IS that thing!!! And it MUST be dangerous to have the cavalry some to take it away..oopps Archie just fainted looking at it again.....) Love A+A
pThere is always a hero...hmmm...so..what kind of monster was it ...we have excitement where i live right now too...but the police wouldnt let us get close enough to find out what was going on...
Good heavens...is that someone's job to come and capture those prehistoric creatures? Does he belong in a museum somewhere???That was terrierfying! DO THEY BITE?????Oh my...we're still pantin' in fear!Good thing that person came to ur rescue!Barkies...Lacie
A real live monster! Thank goodness you were saved, I was just on my way to come and help you.Simba x
Glad you guys are OK. What will happen to the monster? It's good you have the calvary to call. Be careful.Deefor
What a fun blog you have. Pono really loves it, although he is pretty sure he wouldn't want to see a monster. He is glad that monsters like that don't live in the Mohave desert. Whew.
I'm glad that they got him and no one was hurt.
alright, my human would have just about died if she found that in our yard. I mean she went a lil ape crazy seeing a teenie snake..I can't imagine a MONSTER! ewwwwwwwww!!Lola Smiles
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